This lecture developed by UniSA will explore pedagogical documentation and its purpose, elements, characteristics and how it links to an ongoing cycle of planning.
Would you like to know more about how to incorporate natural risk play into your environment?
Topic: Critical reflection: Ways to engage your team
This two part session will help you to understand current terms, responsible practices and regulatory requirements within your OSHC service.
Join us for a visit to our observation facilities within the childrens programs to see educators and children engaging in the learning environment.
Identify strategies for intentional teaching or intentionality within your own pedagogy and consider ways to nurture children’s creativity and learning dispositions.
This special guest speaker event will celebrate the joy of working with infants and toddlers and recognise their enormous capacities to be participants in curriculum decisions.
As an educator in OSHC you play an important role in the lives, wellbeing and mental health of the children attending your program.
In this session you will learn how to weave Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, educational philosophies and child rearing practices in a meaningful and authentic way.
This observation tour will explore the role of both indoor and outdoor environments in children’s learning in both infant-toddler and integrated preschool programs.
What would happen if we allowed children to freely access the outdoors during their play and throughout their day?
In this session you will uncover the steps in the planning cycle and make connections using a strengths based approach.
One person alone cannot lead an early childhood service. Leadership that is distributed throughout a service can provide the level of support necessary
Starting intervention as early as possible is the best way to support the development of children with a disability.
Learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and explore opportunities to authentically engage with Aboriginal culture and communities within your service.
How often do we as Educators, take time to think about creating lightness and enjoyment in the activities and environments we offer and share with the children?
This interactive session will have everyday literacy and numeracy experiences set up so participants can 'play' as well as learn
Carla Rinaldi (2013) challenges us to establish the use of reflective practice as a collective and collaborative process within daily practice in our services.
Enjoy a day of lights, colours and optical illusions exploring the land of mirrors, colourful shadows and nature’s paint palette.
We communicate everyday - but do we communicate effectively? This session will look at using key skills and strategies to effectively communicate.
Sustainability is thinking about what we need to live now, without jeopardising the resources for the future. In this two part series, a guest presenter from KESAB will present
This session will give you some practical ideas so that you can scaffold children’s learning dispositions and build a love of science and discovery.
Discover the concepts of computational thinking and learn how to ‘speak to a computer’ by understanding how it works.
Learn about how to get started, discover resources to support your journey and consider ways to involve your team and community members as you begin your Reconcilation journey.
Learn about the fascinating functions of our bodies; from the organs and muscles to the skeleton and joints.
How to get started, discover resources to support your journey and consider ways to involve your team and community members as you begin your Reconcilation journey.
Bring fresh air into the room, catch soap bubbles and experience that air is so much more than ‘nothing’.
Learn how to reflect on your own cultural identity and bias and how to support children in developing confidence and strength in their own personal and cultural identity.
Unpack your final Assessment and Rating report and use the valuable information to support your next round of QIP writing.
Explore shapes and space, symmetry, solids, surfaces and symbols and experience the magic of mathematics hidden in everyday life.